Bath in England’s south-west is known for its historic sites like Roman baths, theatres and bridges. The city has two universities. Publishing and technology are major industries, and sports and history usually draws visitors to the city. Rugby and football are huge in Bath. Here are some of the other Bath attractions that are popular:
The last church established by a Bishop King in the late 1400s, the beautiful building is a parish church today. Tours of the interior are welcomed for a low fee. Inside, the stained glass windows are exquisite.
Roman Baths Museum
Below the level of the current city are the well-preserved remains of a Roman bath. The museum guide is in character as a Roman soldier or guests can take an audio self-guided tour. Audios especially for children are provided.
Royal Victoria Park
This marvellous city park has a fantastic children’s playground, a miniature golf course and walking tracks bordered with colourful flower beds. The memorial to those who lost their lives during the Blitz is especially touching.
Sally Lunn’s Museum
Built in the late 1400s, this home is preserved as it was in the Georgian age. Sally Lunn’s home, kitchen and the small museum downstairs are charming. They give a taste of life long ago. The house includes a lovely cafe serving the famous Sally Lunn Bun.
Constructed in the 1600s, this stunning theatre still hosts performances. An evening at the theatre in this venue is a historic event. The selection of shows is excellent.